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October 15, 2019

Play to Train: Seriously Fun Medical Board Games for Clinical Learning

Medical board games, critical thinking games for nursing students, and healthcare board games in general offer unique learning opportunities for educational, training, and patient safety programs utilizing healthcare simulation methodologies to improve outcomes. From the ER to disease infection control, and from medical terminology to neonatal resuscitation, here is a comprehensive list of some of [...]

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April 27, 2018

University of South Carolina Hosts ‘Friday Night at the ER’ Educational Game Workshop June 7-8th

The Clinical Simulation Lab at the University of South Carolina will host an educational event featuring the serious game, Friday Night at the ER June 7-8, 2018 and registration is now open to join them! Led by Professor Carol Durham of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the two-day workshop includes a game experience [...]

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January 2, 2013

Critical Thinking Vs. Memorizing – A Technology Article for Teachers

Math teacher Emre Firat recently posted an interesting article on his blog “The Shift in Education” called Critical Thinking Vs. Memorizing. In the article Emre makes the argument that “we shouldn’t try to assess new skills with old methods” – which fits perfectly in line with the teaching methodology inherent in technology based simulation.

Emre asks us “Which one is more [...]

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